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Friday, February 26, 2010


During the infamous Obamacare summit at the Blair House, Andrea Mitchell was interviewing Chris Matthews about the likelihood of a Health Care bill passing. Matthews, visibly saddened, almost insisted that there was no way a bi-partisan bill would be passed. When you factor in the election of Scott Brown, Matthews is necessarily admitting that no bill will be passed unless done so via reconciliation.

In fact, he takes it a step further and says if it doesn't pass, it will be the end of the Democratic party.

via NewsBusters:

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On January 22nd, Matthews berated Democrat representative Alan Grayson about the possibility of the nuclear option (reconciliation) being used to pass Obamacare. Frankly, based on Grayson's antics and vitriol, I didn't feel the least bit sorry for him as Matthews embarrassed him by belittling his knowledge about how the senate works.

In short, Matthews not only scoffed at the notion but said it was impossible.

Take a look. If Matthews is correct in this exchange with Grayson, he knows it's a foregone conclusion that Obamacare is dead. If he was wrong while berating Grayson, the latter will be calling him for a very public apology in the future. Five minutes of sheer blue vs. blue.

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